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Day 1Arrive Hyderabad

Warm welcome with fresh flower garlands at the airport. Meet with our company representative and transfer to hotel.

On arrival, check-in and ovenright at the hotel.
Steeped in history, thronged with people and buzzing with commerce, the Old City of Hyderabad is one of India’s most evocative ancient quarters. Exploring the lanes of this district, with its chai shops and spice merchants, you’ll encounter a teeming urban masala of colour and commerce. Looming over the Old City is some of Islamic India’s most impressive architecture, in varying states of repair.

Day 2 Hyderabad

Salar Jung Museum
The Salar Jung Museum, India’s third biggest museum was established in the year 1951 and is located on the southern bank of the River Musi in Hyderabad, Telangana State of India. The Salar Jung family is responsible for its collection of rare art objects from all over the world. The family is one of the most illustrious families in Deccan history, five of them having been prime-ministers in the erstwhile Nizam rule of Hyderabad-Deccan. Popularly this museum is also known as world’s biggest one-man collection.

Hyderabad Sightseeing
Hyderabad Sightseeing covers Mecca Masjid, the biggest mosque in Hyderabad and resembles the Mecca Madina in Saudi Arabia. Charminar, (Urdu: “Four Minarets”) historic monument located at the heart of Hyderabad, west-central Telangana state, south-central India. Chowmahalla Palace, once the seat of the Asaf Jahi dynasty, the construction of the palace was ordered by the fourth Nizam, Salabat Jung in 1750.

Day 3Hyderabad

Golconda For
Located in the city’s western part, Golconda Fort is one of the most famous attractions in Hyderabad. Built at an approximate distance of around 9 kilometers from the popular Hussain Sagar Lake, this fortress is a beautifully preserved monument of the country. Constructed in the sixteenth century, the fort is known to have sheltered the majestic Kohinoor diamond at some time in the past. It is believed that if one claps his hands at the fort’s bottom part, its echoes can be felt even at the top of the structure.

Qutub Shahi Tombs
Erected in the memory of the departed kings of Golconda, Qutub Shahi Tombs are magnificent monuments that have withstood the test of time and nature’s vagaries. They are located one kilometer north of Golconda Fort’s called Banjara Darwaza. They are imposing marvels of architectural excellence that stand as the reminders of the glory of Golconda kings who are buried at the same spot. Built by the Qutub Shahis, these tombs are considered to be among the oldest historical monuments of Hyderabad.

Hussain Sagar Lake
Hussain Sagar is a heart-shaped lake in Hyderabad, Telangana, built by Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah in 1563. It is spread across an area of 5.7 square kilometres (2.2 sq mi) and is fed by the River Musi. A large monolithic statue of the Gautama Buddha, erected in 1992, stands on Gibraltar Rock in the middle of the lake. It also separates the city centre of Hyderabad from its neighbourhood Secunderabad. The maximum depth of the lake is 32 feet

Day 4Departure

Breakfast at the hotel and drive to airport for flight back home or onwards destination.